top of page
  • David Skarin

Garlic Corn

Updated: Jan 21, 2021

This recipe combines two of my favorite ingredients, garlic and corn! I swear, based on the amount of corn my family consumes, you’d think we’re from the Midwest.

This is a super easy recipe and, if you love garlic, one I highly suggest. I would also suggest that you do not cook this if you are cooking for a date, you will smell of garlic. So, consider yourself warned!


Fast Facts

Category: Sides & Appetizers, Vegetables

Heat Source: Gas

Estimated Cook Time: 8 Minutes

Actual Cook Time: 8 minutes

Estimated Cooking Temperature: 450-500 degrees

Actual Cooking Temperature: 450-500 degrees

Cook Date: September 1, 2020


Ingredient List

  • 4 ears of corn

  • 2 tablespoons butter

  • 4 cloves of garlic (basically 1 clove per ear of corn)

  • Santa Maria Seasoning to taste (salt and pepper can work as well or you can buy a premade seasoning here)

Supply List



Step 1: Other than the corn, place all ingredients in a mixing bowl and combine.

Step 2: Preheat your grill to 450-500 degrees.

Step 3: Remove the husk and silk from the corn. Spread ¾ the mixture between the ears of corn.

Step 4: Grill the ears of corn about 2 minutes per “side” (1/4 turn each time). This should get a little char on the outside. If not, continue until a little char does occur.

Step 5: Remove the corn from the grill, spread the remaining mix between the ears of corn and serve immediately.



Be sure to check out some of our other corn recipes:


Lessons Learned (Note: I will add additional lessons learned from our community members through comments on the site or social media)


bottom of page